Re: iptables: identify host with DSL/Fritzbox
Ahh, thanks Keith!
This sound great:
> An OpenVPN connection can be separately firewalled on your server.
Thanks a lot!
I'll read the OpenVPN docs in more deep now ;-)
Keith Edmunds <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Tue, 20 Jan 2009 12:39:22 +0100, email@example.com said:
>> Wouldn't this mean to run a second sshd (with the certificate)?
>> The sense of my little defense program is to avoid brute force attacks
>> too. How would I do that in that case?
> No change.
> An OpenVPN connection can be separately firewalled on your server. You
> could allow SSH access to all connections coming in over the VPN. No need
> for a second sshd, and no change to the scanning for other intruders
> (except don't block port 1194 UDP, which is OpenVPN's default port,
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